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New Mexico is the ancestral home for many Native Peoples for whom dance, song and ritual has always been a part of their heritage and cultures. These traditions instill respect for their histories, ancestors and the land. NDI New Mexico... View Article
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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Samaritan Counseling Center of Albuquerque on Thursday announced the recipients of its 2016 New Mexico Ethics in Business Awards. Sharing the Jack and Donna Rust Award for Excellence in Ethical Business Practice by a For-Profit Business this... View Article
Originally written by Madeleine Nicklin When Laura Garrett was six, she was the wildest of the “Wild Things.” As one of Maurice Sendak’s unruly creatures in an NDI New Mexico end-of-year performance, she rolled her eyes, head, and body with the... View Article
Originally written by Michael Wade Simpson Every spring, NDI New Mexico has end-of-year shows starring hundreds of public-school kids in Santa Fe, Albuquerque, and Española, where Hugo Pizano once participated with his fourth-grade classmates from James H. Rodriguez Elementary School. For... View Article
Socorro school children rehearse a routine from last year’s NDI performance. This year’s performance is Friday at the Macey Center at New Mexico Tech. The much anticipated fall NDI show is coming to Macey Center Friday, Dec. 11, with a... View Article
Editor’s note: Dedicated Lives is a monthly feature about Santa Feans helping others. Today’s subject is Russell Baker, executive director of the National Dance Institute of New Mexico. Question: Russell, what is the National Dance Institute all about? Answer: We... View Article
BETTER LIVING THROUGH DANCE March 12, 2015 PROGRAM BRINGS A FLASH OF BROADWAY TO THE REZ Hannah Foss, residency associate for the National Dance Institute, leads Nizhoni Bull, 9, through mirror exercises. Bull had to copy everything that Foss did.... View Article